The Nuclear Medicine Division provides a full spectrum of diagnostic imaging with state-of-the-art equipment, including 5 PET/CT scanners, digital PET (March 2018) and a PET/MR scanner. We offer comprehensive radionuclide diagnostic procedures and therapies including I-131, Ra-223 Xofigo, Y-90 Zevalin, Y-90 microspheres and Lu-177 Dotatate. The department is committed to excellence in imaged-based clinical care. The majority of nuclear medicine studies across the University Hospitals Health system are interpreted at the main campus in Cleveland. UHCMC has access to a cyclotron and is operating a new human use PET radiopharmacy for the development of new molecular imaging agents.
• The successful candidate will have substantial experience in diagnostic and therapeutic nuclear medicine procedures and will have a track record in scholarship, education, and research
• A commitment to teaching future radiologists and further development of a career in an academic environment is required
• Active Ohio Medical License in good standing upon effective date of employment
• ABR and/or ABNM board certifications as Nuclear Radiologist or Nuclear Medicine physician
• Qualify for appointment as Faculty at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine at the Assistant Professor level or above